Fix Your Broken Smartphone Screen without Fixing It [Images]

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My screen is broken.

And I hate it.

Meanwhile, I’ve seen some people use screen protectors with fake broken screen cracks. I honestly don’t understand this. Perhaps because 25% of smartphone users have a cracked screen, it’s become hipster?

Real cracked screen or not, here is an awesome way to fix your broken smartphone screen without actually fixing your smartphone screen:

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To-Do List Tip: Using Tags

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Last week I shared a number of to-do list tips that I’ve learned and Darius asked: “I’d be curious to know how you implemented your priority and tagging system…” Since I use Asana, prioritization is integrated to a degree, but I’ve since learned that using tags brings a new layer that helps me prioritize tasks at […]

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How Much Money Do ‘Christian’ Movies Make? [Infographic]

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1 in 10 movies produced in Hollywood per year has a “Christian basis,” but how well do they fare in comparison to the general market? It’s no surprise that “The Passion of the Christ” has done very well. It’s the 16th top grossing films of all time, but what about those other movies like “God’s […]

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10 Minute Film School


Video is an amazing medium. It has become a huge part of our culture. From a religious standpoint it is being integrated into our church environments, teaching, and homes. There are a few resources out there that do it well in the Christian world, but as it becomes more prevalent we will all begin to […]

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Super Mario Super Heros

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I initially was going to be posting the image below—which is way awesome—but as I searched for a decent featured image for the post, I scooped up this gem that’s pictured above. These are great! I love mashups.

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5 Tips for Choosing a Memorable Church Domain Name

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One quarter of a billion domain names have been registered in the last couple decades. Not surprisingly, it is often difficult to get the name you want today. It can be a challenge even for churches since there are hundreds of thousands of churches in the world and many have the same or a similar name. Even if the desired domain […]

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Will You Join the Insanity Known as NaNoWriMo?

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November is NaNoWriMo. No, I’m not pulling your leg, this is truly a thing. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and it’s the 30 days where hundreds of thousands of people worldwide attempt to write a novel (over 310,000 succeeded last year). Believe me, it’s pure insanity. The rules are simple: Start writing on November […]

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Even More Honest Slogans

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Honest Slogans were awesome the first time, the second time, and now, the third time. Graphic designer Clif Dickens has put together some more hilarious and brutally Honest Slogans. The last one is my absolute favorite. Enjoy:

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30 Days of Blogging for Churches

30 Days of Blogging for Churches

We moved to upstate New York about a year ago and naturally, we started searching for a church soon after. Once again, I experienced first hand the importance of a solid, up-to-date digital presence for churches. Sadly, I encountered too many churches that had outdated sites and missing crucial info, like times of worship, the […]

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